Polish startup Checly receives €213k from Shape.vc

Warsaw-based software developer Checly has received about €213,000 (PLN 1 million) from the Krakow-based fund Shape.vc. The funds will be allocated to develop a smart statistics module, MamStartup reports.

  • Founded in 2020 by Artur Koman and Mariusz Kucharski, Checly develops a quality control app, allowing to create checklists and carry out quality checkups. Currently, the startup is developing a smart statistics module that can properly process and present the collected data as a valuable and clear source for business analysis.
  • The tool is used in many industries like property management, security and cleaning services, inspections, and technical services, as well as general production. It is already in use by logistics centers in Central Europe, one of the largest global commercial real estate managers, and a hotel in Zanzibar.

“The elegance of Checly lies in the simplicity of its application, as the functionality of creating checklists can be used right away. On the other hand, we see great potential related to the expansion of the analytical and reporting part, which will help to optimize control processes,”

Maciej Frankowicz, CEO and Partner at Shape.vc, comments.
  • Shape.vc provided the funding for Checly. It is a new, Poland-based venture capital fund investing in early-stage companies with R&D components. According to Crunchbase, the fund invested in several startups, including Poley.me, Strechme, Beboq Robotics, Trasee, and Muzaic.
  • Checly will use the fresh capital to build on its smart statistics module.